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Old 05-17-2019, 06:53 PM   #1
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Restoring a 1992 Fleetwood Bounder 34’

Hello all. My name is Dave and I am new to this website. I am looking to restore a Fleetwood Bounder 1992 34 foot model J with a Chevy 454 engine in it. I would love to restore it to the original version except that I will change out 12 V lamps for LED lamps. Does anybody know of any old parts or new parts for this model. My first task is to change the cabinet vinyl trim as well as the vinyl trim around the bedroom side tables and the vinyl trim on the side boards behind the couch and next to the driver and passenger sides of the RV. Does anyone know the size of this? I think it’s 7/8th inch T oak molding.

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I changed the trim on all the side boards on my 95 Bounder. I used quality shelf paper and 1" simulated oak side trim The side trim insert is off set for the shelf lip. I'll be home in a couple of days and can offer pictures then.
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I’d love to see pictures. And where did you get the side trim? Thanks much.
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I'll get you those pix tomorrow.
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Old 05-20-2019, 10:38 AM   #5
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Here is a pic of the side board behind the passenger's seat.
It's been awhile and I don't remember where I got the trim.
I'll look around and see what I can find.
I elected to not deal with the OEM press board and cut new side boards from 1x4 pine. My table saw blade cut the correct width for the trim inserts. I turned the new boards on their edge, set the rip guide and cut the slots.

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This will give you an idea of the off set on the trim insert
The trim is held in place with staples through the insert.

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Wow. That looks amazing. Thank you.

Yes please if you can tell me where you bought that trim. I’d appreciate it.
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Search for "1 inch T molding offset barb".
I haven't found where I got mine yet.
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